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NBC
Aug 10, 2013 6:30pm PDT
had the second highest rate of boating accidents. florida the most. texas came in third. >> you don'tster to have a license to drive a boat. >> reporter: do you think there should be? >> yes. >> they know what happens when boaters don't pay attention. out celebrating their son's birthday near lake shasta when another boater plowed into a boat carrying several of their children including their 12-year-old daughter. >> they were sitting across from each other, and taylor got knocked out. and when she came up with damian, he was all bloody, and stuff, and she said that he wouldn't wake up. [ crying ] >> reporter: he later died at a local hospital from brain injuries. >> just going really fast and came around and just ran right over the top of the boat. our boat. >> he wasn't paying attention. >> yeah. he wasn't paying attention. >> reporter: the investigative unit found the leading causes of accidents are operators not paying attention and lack of experience. just a fraction fuueled by alco. california is one of only five states with a zero boat education requirement. >> the waters are
NBC
Aug 11, 2013 4:30pm PDT
and texas came in third. >> you don't need a license to drive a boat. >> reporter: do you think there should be? >> yes. >> reporter: jason and maryann know what can happen when boaters aren't paying attention. they were celebrating their son's birthday near like shas at a when another boater plowed into a boat carrying their children. >> they were sitting across from each other and taylor got knocked out and when she came out with damian, efgs all bloody and stuff. she said that traf yan wouldn't wake up. >> reporter: trafian later died from boat injuries. >> ran right over the top of the boat, our boat. >> he wasn't paying attention? >> he wasn't paying attention. >> reporter: the investigative unit found it was not paying attention and lack of experience. just a fraction by alcohol use. yet california is one of five states with a zero boater education requirement. >> the waters in the central bay here are the most challenging in the world to sail. >> reporter: that's why san francisco sailing company owner says before he rents out a boat, customers must pass two courses. but it's been a b
NBC
Aug 12, 2013 12:00am PDT
. florida had the most. texas was third. >> you don't have to have a license to drive a boat. >> reporter: do you think there should be? >> yes. >> reporter: jason and mary yano wh -- marianne know what can happen. >> they were sitting across from each other and taylor got knocked out. when she came up with damien he was all bloody and travion wouldn't wake up. >> reporter: she later died at local hospital from brain injuries. >> he was just going really fast and ran right over the top of the boat, our boat. >> he wasn't paying attention. >> yeah, he wasn't paying attention. >> reporter: the investigative unit found the leading cause of accidents are operators not paying attention and lack of experience. yet california is one of five states with a zero boater education requirement. >> the waters in the central bay here are the most challenging in the world to sail. >> reporter: that's why san francisco sailing company owner says before he rents out a boat, customers must pass two courses. in 1999, governor gray davis vetoed a bill requiring boater education to operate a boat, a similar bi
NBC
Aug 26, 2013 12:00am PDT
. >> it is a set of standards. 45 states have adopted common standards. students from texas would take an assessment and be taught a different way than students in california. and at the end of the day, you didn't know where students stood in comparing them to others. it gets us to a place where we can really look at where students are and how they're moving forward in being prepared for the 21st century. >> not everybody has doesn'ted that. am i going to notice a way my kid is being taught? >> in san jose unified you will. when i say the 21st century skills, like collaboration, much more problem solving, creative thinking. much more of a way instead of going wide, which the previous standards did, it's a much more focused approach, and we go deeper. >> so you're telling you're not going to teach for the test? >> absolutely. >> how much is this, how much rigorous, we saw the teachers there. how much harder is this it going to be for teacher does learn these new standards? it's got to be a little tough now to be thrown into this new way of teaching which changes the way they've been tol
NBC
Aug 24, 2013 6:30pm PDT
, 45 states adopted common standards. previously you had a student from texas take an assessment and taught in a different way than students in california. and at the end of the day, you didn't know exactly where students stood in terms of comparing them to each other. it's a common set of standards throughout the 45 states who have adopted them. and it gets us to a place where we can look at where students are and how they're moving forward in terms of being prepared for the 21st century. >> not all school districts in california have adopted it yet. am i, as a parent, when i walk into school, an i going to notice anything different in the way my kid is being taught with common core? >> san jose unified you will. what we're doing is teachers are beginning to implement them -- when i say the 21st skills, like clab reag, problem solve, creative thinking, it's a way as instead of going wide, which the previous standards did, it's a more focused approach and we go deeper and especially highlighting problem solving skills. >> you're not going to teach to the test? that is what you're
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